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Afternoon Brief, January 9th

US Alcohol Industry's Worst Year Since 1991: The vast American liquor industry hasn't been in such poor shape for three decades...

Afternoon Brief, December 15th

WSTA Debunks Pesticide Report: Recent results from a UK government testing programme have suggested a dramatic increase in the proportion of wine that contains multiple pesticide residues – up from 14% in 2016 to 50% in 2022...

Afternoon Brief, December 4th

Washington Winery Wants Answers as to Who Drained Thousands of Gallons of Wine Estimated at over $600K: Investigators have not made any arrests and have no suspect information...

Afternoon Brief, November 7th

Changing Consumer Palettes May Cause Growers to Shrink Winegrape Acreage: Wine industry experts are now saying the state is growing too many wine grapes to keep supply and demand balanced...

Afternoon Brief, October 17th

As Restaurant Staffing Evolves, Wineries Reassess Their On-Premise Priorities: The union between wineries and restaurants might have been a marriage of convenience in the beginning, but for decades it functioned roughly the way that both parties wanted...

Afternoon Brief, September 27th

Washington Considers Allowing Fingerprint Scan, Facial Analysis to Buy Alcohol, Cannabis: The Washington State Legislature may consider legislation giving the State Liquor and Cannabis Board further rulemaking authority regarding the use of biometric age verification by private entities selling alcohol or cannabis products...

Afternoon Brief, July 26th

Breakthru Beverage Founder Rocky Wirtz Dies: Rocky Wirtz, co-chairman and founder of US distributor Breakthru Beverage Group and owner of ice hockey team Chicago Blackhawks, has died at the age of 70...

Afternoon Brief, July 21st

Sonoma County Vineyard Workers Honored as Leaders in Washington D.C.: This month 31 graduates of the Voz de los Viñedos’ (Voice of the Vineyard) Leadership Academy were honored in Washington D.C.. Congressman Mike Thompson helped to organize the event and Alaska Airlines provided the ‘gift of flight.’...

Afternoon Brief, July 17th

Vino Farms Vineyard Management Company to Pay $1.4 Million to Settle Lawsuit over Worker Pay, Breaks: One of Sonoma County’s largest vineyard management companies has agreed to pay $1.4 million to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging it failed to pay workers for all the hours they worked and failed to allow workers meal and rest breaks...

Afternoon Brief, June 6th

Global Grape Production in 2022 Reached the Second Highest Peak of the Last Twenty Years: Since 2000, the share of non-pressed grapes has significantly increased, mainly due to the rise in production of table grapes that has almost doubled in twenty years...

Afternoon Brief, February 1st

How a California Premium Winery Quickly Flipped Its Boomer-Dominated Consumer Base to Younger Generations: Amid more sobering reports this month that wine is becoming an increasingly tougher sell to younger, diverse generations came two surprising signs that the industry can quickly and successfully change course...

Liv-Ex Annual Survey Reveals Global Fine Wine Trade Sentiment and Predictions...

February 1st - Liv-ex, the global marketplace for the wine trade, today released insights from its annual member survey, showcasing predictions for 2023, including...

Afternoon Brief, January 27th

UWGS Recap: Back to Business: The 2023 Unified Wine & Grape Symposium concluded January 26 and, judging by the comments we received on the trade show floor, it's back, baby!...

Afternoon Brief, December 8th

WIN Expo Celebrates 10 Years of Bringing Together the Wine Industry: Alongside the trade show which featured nearly 300 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services available and the educational conference sessions, this year’s event featured expanded attendee attractions...

Afternoon Brief, November 1st

Fine Wine Optimism Prepares for Reality Check: A new report into the fine wine world shows amazing optimism in the face of global economic realities...
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